Speedramp in Premiere Pro 2020 is a mess
Speedramping in Premiere cc 2020 let my eyes bleed like ****.
No smooth, but cruel lagging while playbacking the speedramped clip.
The rendered file however is fine.
Fix that as soon as possible, before I went out of blood.
Zach Phillips commented
I am experiencing an issue with Speed Ramping. An image keep showing up as soon as I start the ramp, throughout the entire process of the ramp. Extremely frustrating as this is a feature that is used in a majority of my projects. How has this not been fixed yet are you kidding?????
Here is how you can re-produce:
- Drag clip onto timeline
- Right click, show clip keyframes
- Time remapping, speed
- Create a speed ramp, play back
Evan Melgren commented
I cannot believe this bug still hasn't been fixed Premiere 2020 is a dumpster fire.
Massimo Conci commented
The whole speed ramp system to me is confusing and difficult to use. I always end up being to short or to long or stuff it up some how and clip becomes 1 frame short. I think the way the speed ramp GUI feature works needs to be completely rethought.
Ideally I just want to be able to place to nodes and a ideal speed, then have PP auto speed ramp the best it can with in those parameters. I find the bezier curve and nodes just to difficult to work with.
William Wright commented
When is this going to be fixed??? I've had the same issue with 2020 since its release.
Ryan Davis commented
YES Please update.and fix quick..I had to uninstall and reinstall....lost everything. Speed ramping worked in 2019 vrs. I was online with 2 tech support people for almost 8 hrs. could not fix.
Jesus Delgado commented
I also have an issue with time ramps. I'm always updating versions of my clips that are capture exactly the same way so all I should do is REPLACE the clip and keep all its attributes as is. Well, this doesn't really work 99% of the time when using Timeremapping. It is a pain **********, I basically have to manually match the clips every time. Also, sometimes one day the clips are playing fine on my timeline but then I come back the next day, same project and all the time remaps are screwed, nothing plays back properly so I have to redo them all to match what I had done the day before. This has been happening since 19. Super frustrating!
Joel Vazquez commented
I just noticed the issue when i was going to do some speed ramping, i thought it was a problem with my computer to more i searched i noticed that Windows and Mac users are having the problem.
when i apply the speed ramp it shows the image at the beginning of clip. and when it gets to its normal speed it plays back. if i render the clip it still happens. if i export it. you can tell that speed ramp worked but you are working in the blind not knowing if it came out right.
so i am hope this will help a bit. so you can get it fixed.
Braden Larsen commented
Hi Premiere Pro team. I am going to elaborate a bit on what he is saying. Currently, while using the CUDA renderer, speed ramping will not playback smooth and ruins the entire timeline. The playhead doesn't move, the video won't play, the audio plays back fine however.
This issue has been here for months, I don't know how such a major feature hasn't been fixed yet, I have been using Premiere Pro 2019 waiting for the issue to be resolved, since speed ramping works fine in 2019.
Please fix this issue, if you have any further questions for me, please let me know so we can get someone fixing this. I have seen tons and tons of forums on this exact same topic.
Does this happen with all uses of time remapping on your machine or are there specific settings that reproduce the problem? Can you share more details and steps on how to reproduce the playback problems? I'd be happy to look into this on the Adobe side.